An erect, thornless blackberry with clusters of pinkish white flowers that give way to a heavy crop of large, juicy deep blue-black berries. Berries have longer shelf life than many other varieties. Flowers are attractive to butterflies and a host of other pollinators. Canes are strong and upright enough to not need support. Fruit is produced on second year canes. Self-pollinating. Height 4-5′.
Blackberries prefer a sunny spot with well-drained soil rich in organic matter. Self-pollinating varieties will produce fruit on their own, but will fruit more abundantly with other varieties present.
- USDA Hardiness Zone(s): 5-9
- Exposure: Full Sun, Part Shade
- Spacing: 3-4′
- Fruiting Time(s): Mid-Late Summer